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New York City, April 1905. At 5,200 seats, then the world's largest theater.

April The Hippodrome, NYC.was the world's largest theater at the time with seats.

1900: Fifth Avenue in New York City on Easter Sunday." (Getty Images) Photos: Easter In NYC, Every Decade From The 1890s Through 1970s: Gothamist

Fifth Avenue, New York City, bustling with horse-drawn traffic and a few cars, Easter morning,

The St. Regis at 55th and Fifth, built in 1904 by Col Jack Astor

Regis at and Fifth, built in 1904 by Col Jack Astor

Luna Park, Coney Island via librar-y http://librar-y.tumblr.com/post/21088943283/new-york-circa-1905-main-tower-luna-park-coney

New York circa "Main tower, Luna Park, Coney Island." - loved to go to Coney Island - best hot dogs and amusement park rides.

"Tammany Hall was a New York City political organization that endured for nearly two centuries. Formed in 1789 in opposition to the Federalist Party, its leadership often mirrored that of the local Democratic Party’s executive committee. Although its popularity stemmed from a willingness to help the city’s poor and immigrant populations, Tammany Hall became known for charges of corruption levied against leaders such as William M. “Boss” Tweed."

Tammany Hall on East Street between Third Avenue and Irving Place in Manhattan, New York City The building was demolished

carnegie hall new york   Above the historic concert hall, Carnegie Hall Towers once provided affordable housing to dancers, photographers, poets and musicians. Marilyn Monroe, Mark Twain, Marlon Brando and Grace Kelly once hung out there, but the building's last remaining residents were pushed out in 2010 to create more rehearsal space.

12 Beloved New York City Places That Don't Exist Anymore

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NYC blackout, July, 1977 - parents let us kids play outside on the block 'til late, while they sat on porches listening to the unfolding events via transistor radios.

Excavation for the New York Times Building, Times Square, New York City, 1902.New-York Historical Society, Robert L. Bracklow Photograph Collection

Excavation for the New York Times Building, Times Square, New York City, Historical Society, Robert L.

September 11, New York City, Trade Centre, Towers, Manhattan, Twin, Nyc